Money: A Tool of Enslavement
The current world's financial system is an exploited debt-based system; money is created out of debt. In effect, this creates, not only a a false sense of the origin of money, a world of inequality by the presence of the have's and have-not's. Money is used as a tool of control. Those that make money, can create as money as they want, thereby being able to control the population that uses that money system.
A Private Organization
In the video below, Alan Greenspan, the 13th chair of the Federal Reserve discusses
The History of The Federal Reserve
"Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned
and the last fish been caught, will we realize we cannot eat money"
Cree Indian Proverb
We Must Recognize That We Give Them Power
A Solution: Don't Participate
Easier said than done, the simplest way to remove yourself from this magic-money system is to not participate. Now, there many factors preventing the vast majority of the population from acknowledging and adopting this potential solution. Debt, convenience, fear of being prosecuted, among other reasons may be the some factors that stand out. However, as with most of the corrupt and broken systems that are in place in our modern society, many are voluntary. Unknowingly, people enslave themselves. Once again, there are a vast range of potential reasons why people would be motivated to join the faulty systems. But of all of the systems in place, they are share a very common structural support: your participation. Withdraw your participation, as with others, and their phony money has no value, because people give it value. Ask yourself, "Why do you need money?" If our current financial system collapsed tomorrow, we would still be alive, the sun would shine, and life on Earth will continue. We live in a planet of abundance and we are all co-creaters of our own reality. Communities should adopt philosophies of cooperation and amdbunace rather than competition creates scarcity.
Federalreserve.gov. (2017). The Fed - About the Fed. [online] Available at: https://www.federalreserve.gov/aboutthefed.htm [Accessed 29 Aug. 2017].